Every time the sound of organ is heard, one is reminded of mystifications, which as if they were an old wooden ship take one to a journey to undiscovered fields of emotions, which sometimes we sink in. Experimental sound composition of field records could be compared to the deck of that ship. While sun shines in the sky on the deck one enjoys sounds of surroundings, which are always a pleasure for ears. Every sound makes its own illusions of visible and not visible objects that one paints in his/her mind.
In the composition sounds of Lithuanian organ "Venta" (1988) are used as the object of sound. Later they become the substance of other sounds making development. The object becomes a story that gives a fresh look to the sounds of rain or wind. The sounds of organ are the story of experimental music, which in some cases of composition becomes even, or sometimes varies from low to middle register. In this way the atmosphere of peaceful night is created and in oder to understand it one should try to rely on his/her ability to hear.
The sound is information that everyone of us understands and welcomes in different ways. Sound as a story is a point of view that we have already understood. The only thing left is the interpretation of new sound story. To create it one should answer a question "Am I ready to travel in the space of my mind?" When one finds himself/herself, he/she finds a story. After finding a story, one starts to discover the sound.
Sounds of organ "Venta" were recorded by Antanas Jasenka
Composition were performed at "VENTOS GARSO GALERIJA" (Venta Sound Gallery), April 11th, "Jauna Muzika 2012", LCU Concert Hall